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Fashion show benefits programs for teen parents

| Sunday, April 7, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
Rebecca Mouganis and Judy Pytlik at the Young Life 'YL3Runway: Legacies Impacting Generations' fashion show.
Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
Young Life 'YL3Runway: Legacies Impacting Generations' fashion show.

YoungLives Three Rivers did its part to draw fashionistas out of their normal weekend routines, although it seemed to happen without much arm-twisting.

“We've lost count, which is a good thing,” shared Rebecca Mouganis as a crowd began filtering into the Pittsburgh Marriott North.

Emcee Katie Knox did the honors during the “Legacies Impacting Generations” runway show on April 6 for the likes of director Judy Pytlik, Theresa Zamagias, Stephanie Scarci, Diane Meakem, Kelly Ross and Carissa Werner — a show of support for the organization that is celebrating five years of reaching pregnant and parenting teens through its faith-based support and mentoring programs.

“It's incredible what people have stepped up to do,” Mouganis said.

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